Biography Tendryakov Vladimir Fedorovich

Biography Tendryakov Vladimir Fedorovich

(1923 – 1984)

Tendryakov Vladimir Fedorovich (1923 – 1984), the prose writer.
Born December 5 in the village of Makarovskaya, Vologda region in the family of a people’s judge, then became a prosecutor. After graduation, he went to the front, was wounded and demobilized. He lived in the Kirov region, taught military affairs at school, then was secretary of the Komsomol district committee.
In 1945, Tendryakov came to Moscow, entered the VGIK for an art faculty, but a year later he moved to the Literary Institute. M. Gorky, who graduated in 1951. In his student years begins to write stories.
In 1948 – 53 published several stories in the magazine “Ogonyok” (the first story – “The Cause of my platoon”). From 1955 he became a professional writer, giving all the time to literary work. He writes stories, novels, novels.
In the 1950s, they wrote – “Among the Forests”, “Not to the Court” (later the movie “The Alien’s Native”), “Hopelessness”, “Uhaby”, “Tight Knot”, “Miraculous” (later – the eponymous film), etc.
In the 1960s came out – “Three, Seven, Ace”, “Court”, “Short Circuit”, “Podenka – Century Short”, “Death”, “Apostolic Business Trip”.
The first great novel was written in 1959 – “Behind the Running Day”, then – “Rendezvous with Nefertiti” (1964), “Attempted for mirages” (1979 – 82), published only in 1987.
In the 1970s saw the story “Night after the release, “” Eclipse, “” Payback, etc. The Story “Sixty candles”
Posthumous publications of Tendryakov’s works were carried out in 1988 – “The Day Who Pushed Life”, “Day Seven”, “Donna Anna” (1969 – 71); “Hunting (1971),” On the Blessed Island of Communism “(1974), died V. Tendryakov on August 3, 1984 in Moscow,
short biography from the book: Russian Writers and Poets, Brief Biographical Dictionary, Moscow, 2000.


Biography Tendryakov Vladimir Fedorovich